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Hook and Loop Professional Training Gloves

Hook and Loop Professional Training Gloves

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    The Hook and Loop Professional Training Gloves from Everlast are of such high quality that they have been featured on the hit television show 'The Contender' and are used by professional boxers like Shane Mosley, Jermain Taylor, Marco Antonio Barrera and James Toney. The Laced Professional Training Gloves are made with 100% leather and feature 5 layers of padding that protect your hand from jarring impacts while forming it into a natural fist shape to add further protection and comfort. The Laced Professional Training Gloves have been approved for use by all U.S.based and International boxing sanctioning bodies, including the WBA, WBC, IBF, IBO and WBO.

  • Made with 100% top quality leather
  • Used by professional boxers like Shane Mosley, Jermain Taylor, Marco Antonio Barrera, and James Toney
  • Hand inspected to ensure quality
  • approved by all U.S.-based and International boxing sanctioning bodies, including the WBA, WBC, IBF, IBO and WBO
  • Uses 5 layers of padding to protect your hands
  • A natural fist shape for more protection

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    I bought a pair of 16 oz gloves from Boxing Depot 2 years ago. I use them with mitts and bags and have even sparred with them. The velcro is still holding and the leather hasn't aged at all! I've even done push ups with these on. I have relatively small hands and these fit the best out of all of the gloves that I've tried. Only the label is fading a bit.  
    by: Old Guy   
    10/9/2010 7:12:10 PM
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    16oz version

    i have these gloves in 16oz, but notice only 10oz and 12oz are available. Did they stop manufacturing the 16oz version? thanks.  
    by: A   
    1/10/2012 2:21:30 PM
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    I'm not certain about that A, but I know for a fact we have a very similar model here with 16oz - bx-gl-40.
    by: TMArtist     
    1/11/2012 11:31:25 AM
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    I bought a pair of the red 12 ouncers that I use for mitts. The color on the red ones are more like a Washington Redskins Burgundy giving it an old school look... real sexy. They also dont have the evr dri lining which is a good thing. These have held up pretty well considering I've used them 4-5 times a week for about 8 months.

    My next sparring gloves are probably gonna be the lace up versions in the burgundy collor again. Would be awesome if they went on sale again for the same ammount I got them for last time.  
    by: Don Flamenco   
    4/9/2011 3:56:42 AM
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    I just finished ordering my pair of 14 oz, read the comments below and I was even more eager to use them. Excellent option  
    by: fabriciomdf   
    3/18/2011 11:43:28 AM
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    What's the right weight

    Hi, I use 14oz gloves on my speed bag because they're available at my local WalMart but I'm thinking about using a heavier glove. Do you think I can goto a 20oz?
    by: DaveG   
    8/17/2010 11:47:31 AM
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    Hey Dave. Ultimately you can wear whatever weight you are most comfortable with. Traditionally though 20oz would probably be considered a bit too heavy for speed bag work as opposed to heavy bag work.
    by: TMArtist     
    8/17/2010 1:18:05 PM
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    Boxing Gloves Expert FAQs
    1. What type of boxing gloves should I get?

      Boxing gloves are constructed to enhance different aspects of your game. Some gloves are designed to be small and compact and place more of the glove weight toward the wrist, increasing speed and impact. Protection is minimized, but punching power is increased. If your primary focus is on punching power, this is a good choice (consider the Cleto Reyes brand). Other gloves do the exact opposite, favoring more padding over the knuckles. Boxers that have had hand injuries or who wish to be mindful of safety prefer gloves that have extra padding over the knuckles. Gloves that are fluffier also make for better defensive tools as they can cover more surface area with less movement (consider the Grant brand of gloves). Other brands range in between these two extremes and you can gauge just how much padding you need, and where you want it.

    3. What weight gloves should I get?

      The weight of gloves are measured in ounces. The higher the number the greater the shock absorbency and the heavier the weight. The standard for sparring is 14 - 20 ounces. Go on the heavier side if you want to increase your cardio or have a joint injury. For bag work 12 ounce is standard. For competition 8 or 10 ounce is the standard for pros and 10 or 12 ounce is standard for amateurs.

    5. Boxing Gloves vs. Bag Gloves

      Boxing gloves are designed to use a softer less-dense foam combination, mold or gel that increases shock absorbency for both you and your partner. Bag gloves utilize a dense foam that can withstand the day-in-day-out pounding they will receive in the gym. The closure of boxing gloves protects your partner from abrasions.The closure of bag gloves are easy-on, easy-off. Bag gloves also can contain a grip bar in the palm, which provides you an enhanced (and safer) fist.

    7. Can I hit bags with my boxing gloves?

      You can do bag work with your boxing gloves, but they will break down faster. The foam and outer in boxing gloves are designed to protect your opponent, which is great when sparring but when you use boxing gloves for bag work they will break down faster than comparable bag gloves would.

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